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Welcome to Burrow Dementia

 

Training offering consultation and

 

workshops designed to promote

 

the performance and talents of

 

each individual and agency with

 

whom we engage.

 

 


Person Centered Care

Do you have a desire to enhance the quality of care you are providing? Person Centered Care provides balance between services and support that are focused on what is most important to the individual, while still addressing what is important for the individual’s health.

My Person Centered Practices Workshops, approved for CEU’s by the NC Division of Aging and Adult Services, will help you develop skills to best support others and empower people to retain positive control over their lives.

 

Certified Dementia Training

Do you or your team want to provide appropriate, competent, and sensitive direct care and support to those in your care living with dementia, but don’t have time for extensive training?

Becoming a Certified Dementia Practitioner (CDP) is your answer. This valuable, well recognized credential gives confidence to care professionals, enhancing their day to day support.

My 8 hour Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia Care Seminar, which includes CEU’s approved by North Carolina DHHS, is the start to being certified with the National Council for Certified Dementia Practitioners.

“The CDP certification is an instrumental tool to showcase an individual’s comprehensive professional knowledge of the dementias. As the Program Director of Gracious Living ADHCC, I felt it was imperative to become certified through Angela’s training to present to the community a sound culmination of knowledge encompassing my dementia healthcare experience that they could count on.”
— Michele D. Allgood, CDP
“Angela’s training style is as person-centered as the content – she relates to trainees in a very personal way because she not only “talks the talk” but she “walks the walk” as well. She has worked in many settings with individuals and families dealing with dementia, and brings her heart and soul to her work.”
— Dr. Lyndall Hare, Concierge Gerontologist